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Saturday, August 05, 2017

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Edwin Bell

Class action attorneys may see some relief for potential financial gain by allowing litigation against violators of the law. Unfortunately, many consumer attorneys are NOT committed defending against corporate & judicial corruption onslaught occurring nationally.
Any Individual defending pro se against corporate attorneys using fraud by way of false affidavits and untrue accounting face a completely biased and prejudice judiciary.
The future looks very grim for most victims of "Junk Debt Buyer" fraud and harassment.

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